Unless you’re being actively stung by one, it’s not hard to love bees.
They pollenate our food, do little waggle dances and give us honey.
But they’re also incredibly helpful for science.
Jacinta Bowler, a science journalist at Cosmos, is looking into the weird (and cute) ways bees have ended up as scientist’s lab rats.
Everything from the dawn of ‘chronobiology’ to teeny weeny science experiments.
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